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Old 06-05-2011, 06:11 PM   #1
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4 Wheeler Radio Build, Anyone Ever Made One?

I have to decided to make another 4 wheeler radio this summer, although I don't have a 4 wheeler I will just use it mainly for tailgating and hanging out around outside of the house. For those who have never seen one before, essentially it is a car radio put into some 6 inch pvc pipe with speakers and you hook it to your four wheeler while riding. Has anyone made one before, because I would like to see what yours looks like? Also I would like to know how to wire it to run off 110 volts if anyone has suggestions on that. Here is the one I have previously built.



This time around I will be doing a Y split for the speakers instead of the T split.
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Old 06-05-2011, 06:29 PM   #2
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Depending on the demands of the head unit you use, you could always use an old computer power supply to provide 12V to your radio.

Otherwise, a small inverter would be sufficient, I believe.
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That's actually a pretty badass little setup... I dig. Would be nice for camping.
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